Pink day

I designed this art work as part of a lecture at the Inland Empire Quilt Guild. Working with so many pinks was different for me. The art quilt ended up being a high key piece with mostly light values and a few darks for punch.

At home I decided to make a wooden bridge shape and added a person (see detail below). Usually I have nature images in the art work with the viewer being the observer. This is a new concept for me in putting a person into the natural setting.

This is a work in progress as it is still being quilted and embellishments will be added.



~ by fiberverse on August 15, 2009.

One Response to “Pink day”

  1. Pink is a challenge, somehow, for me too. But when you start working with it, it brings many surprises. This is lovely.

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